Associate Vice President and Finance / Human Resources Manager
On the hunt for a new job in hopes of being placed by Monument, Sara ironically found herself as one of their newest employees. After graduating from DeVry University with her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Accounting, Sara has worked in various roles including Office Management, Accounting and Human Resources. Sara enjoys long days at the beach, traveling, watching movies and football, and spending as much time as possible with her husband, kids, family and friends.
Originally from Massachusetts, Aly recently traded in her car keys for khakis after living in Charleston, SC for the past 12 years. After graduating from the College of Charleston in 2014, Aly taught special education for many years and is proud to have earned the title of Teacher of the Year in 2019. Aly says one of her favorite parts of teaching was creating relationships and offering support, which she is excited to also get to do as a Recruiting Specialist at Monument! In her spare time, Aly loves playing board games, drinking espresso martinis, and anything adventurous: ziplining, rollercoasters, ATVing, scuba diving, bull riding (just kidding!) – you name it! You can normally find her watching crime documentaries, eating pizza, hanging with her family, or snuggling with her pup, Louie!
Born in El Salvador and came to the U.S at a young age to Everett, MA with my parents and two siblings. I received my bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences from MCPHS, making me a first-generation college graduate. Right after college I began my career in the healthcare world at Mass General Brigham, where I was immersed in all thing’s “emergency” in regards to the operations of a hospital. From there I moved onto the bio-tech world to an Office Coordinator role and loved the feeling of being a part of a tight knit collaborative team. Then came Monument where I saw the opportunity for professional growth, stability, and the ability to thrive off self-motivation. I am so excited to be a part of this team and help clients and job seekers in the Boston area with their career aspirations! I love spending time with my cat Ollie, finding new restaurants and am oddly good at minigolf.
Having grown up on a pickle farm just outside of Nebraska, Eric always dreamed of someday owning a staffing firm in Boston. His lifelong dream came true on September 9th, 2002 and each day he has to pinch himself to make sure it’s real! Eric enjoys helping job seekers and hiring managers find the right match and in his spare time, Eric watches reruns of the Goldbergs and dreams of someday returning to his pickle roots to fulfill another dream of harvesting the world’s largest pickle (currently measured at 44 inches).
Senior Staffing Consultant and Training Specialist
Erica “Ricky” joined our team as a Recruiting Specialist in February 2021. After contracting with Amazon as a Staffing Coordinator Ricky was ready to get into the full cycle of recruiting and Monument was there to give her a shot. Ricky graduated in 2019 from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a degree in Sports Management and was very active working in the athletic department during her time. Ricky loves to travel and her favorite places so far have been Australia, where she lived abroad for 7 months, and New Zealand. Ricky works hard to be able to travel and loves making friends all across the world. Ricky grew up in a family of sports fanatics and loves attending live sporting events, especially watching the Patriots at Gillette Stadium. Ricky just recently moved into the city from the south shore and is excited to start her new adventure in Boston!
In 2018, Michelle graduated from Endicott College with a bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Management. She’s worked in many roles within the hospitality industry as well as her most recent role as a retail manager. After a few years, Michelle decided to seek a new career path and connected with Monument Staffing for assistance. Little did she know, Monument Staffing was the future she was looking for! From assisting HR departments in the past, Michelle became eager to join the recruiting world all while adding in her hospitality touch! In her spare time, Michelle loves to travel, go camping, and visit new breweries with her husband and Golden Retriever, Beckham.
Senior Staffing Consultant and Training Specialist
Caity was born and raised in a town south of Boston where she grew up in a full house of four brothers and one younger sister. After getting her degree in Economics at the University of Delaware, she was eager to move back home to be close to her family and friends. Two weeks after graduating, she got an apartment in Boston and started her first job out of college – at Monument! Caity believes that growing up with so many siblings made her appreciate the importance of maintaining strong connections and relationships, which serves well in the career of recruiting. When Caity’s not on LinkedIn recruiting for positions, she loves eating Italian food and drinking wine in the North end, going on long (slow) runs, and reading mystery/crime fiction.
Co-Partner, Founder and Business Development Manager
Hannah helped open Monument Staffing’s doors in September 2002 as one of the founding members. In addition to running a full-desk for her team, Hannah manages the sales team, operations, employee recruitment, growth and company wide initiatives. Hannah lives by the motto: The easiest thing to give your clients is FREE Excellent Customer Service! A Graduate of the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Viola Performance, she keeps her love for music intact working at her husband Jay’s music studio as the Violin/Viola teacher. She loves being a Mom to her kids Allyson, Jack and Sam and in her spare time (when is that?!) Hannah enjoys teaching and practicing yoga.
Nelson has been recruiting in Boston ever since graduating Northeastern a gazillion years ago (fellow Huskies, reach out!), and with Monument since 2003. What Nelson likes most about his job is meeting with clients and candidates, getting to know what they’re looking for, and making connections between them. And when he’s not doing that, Nelson is likely hanging out with his super-human wife and two fun-loving boys, OR attempting a DIY home improvement project that his wife found on Pinterest, OR homebrewing beer, OR watching the Red Sox, Patriots, or Celtics.
Katherine (aka Wilson) came to Monument in 2007 after looking to them to help her find her dream job. After a quick meeting, she simply said “how do I get your job” to her Recruiter and the rest is history. Katherine moved to Boston from Burnt Hills, NY (she’ll give you a dollar if you know where that is) after graduating in 2002 from SUNY Cortland with a degree in Anthropology…don’t ask! Katherine has an overly hard working husband named Sean and two goofball, animated, energizer bunny sons named Dane and Ryker. When she isn’t working she is trying to be the best Mom she can be by spending her time doing homework, laundry, packing lunches and on the baseball, soccer, and football field or hanging out with friends/family and cheap wine.
Originally from New Jersey, Chad had always wanted to move to Boston. He graduated with a BA in Music from Kean University in NJ and studied Classical Guitar. After graduation, he worked as an Administrative Assistant/Sales Rep and was searching for something more. He connected with Monument as a candidate and soon realized that Recruiting was exactly the career he was looking for. Chad is passionate about guiding others along their career paths and connecting companies with great candidates. When not working to find you an awesome job, he enjoys staying active, playing and teaching music, cooking, and relaxing on the Cape.
Senior Staffing Consultant and Social Media Manager
Emma came to Monument after moving to Boston from New York. She worked as a contractor with an agency in New York City after graduating from the University of Vermont and is now excited to explore the other side of staffing! During Emma’s time as an undergrad, she was an active member of her sorority, played intramural soccer, volunteered at a local elementary school, and nannied for a wonderful family. Through all of Emma’s different interests, each experience has left her with strong connections and relationships. She loves spending time with her family (especially her sweet niece and nephew), traveling to Denmark in the summers, and so far has been kept pretty occupied with trying out all of the great foodie spots that Boston has to offer!
Marsha is one of the original Monument Staffers and heads the Accounting & Operations departments. She has spent her career helping people with their personal and professional needs as a trust and estate Paralegal and personal financial administrator for private and institutional investors. Marsha is a graduate of Salem State College with a bachelor of arts in Secondary Education. In her spare time, Marsha enjoys watching movies, going for walks on the beach and following her beloved Red Sox.
New York born and raised, I had always saw myself moving to Boston after I graduated. So I did just that! I took the leap where I started working in Talent Acquisition for a Life Science Agency. I really enjoyed working collaboratively and forming great relationships with clients. I connected with Monument and quickly knew it was a perfect fit. The opportunity to work with amazing people while continuing to do what I love. Outside of work, I enjoy playing tennis, grabbing coffee and cooking!
Originally from Marion, MA (good luck finding that on a map), Kelly graduated from Bridgewater State in 2021 with a Bachelor’s in Business Management. Since then, she moved from her small seaside town to the “big” city to see what there was to offer. Kelly comes from food manufacturing & food CPG industries – but has recently chosen to make a career change to better align her personal and professional goals. This change has led her to beginning her new exciting journey with Monument Staffing. In her spare time, Kelly enjoys reading & watching anything about the 18th century, shopping for antiques, caring for her three newts and spending time in the woods.